Wednesday, 7 Sep 2016
Research firm Strategy Analytics estimates that two of the three best-selling smartphones shipped worldwide in Q2 2016 are iPhones. Can you guess which models are they?
Tuesday, 6 Sep 2016
Some resolution for local Samsung Galaxy Note7 owners as Samsung Singapore has just announced its local exchange program for affected devices. Do read on for more details.
Business entrepreneurs can have an easier time bouncing ideas off other like-minded folks with Flare – a new app by GoDaddy that lets users see and critique user-contributed business ideas.
Alienware has refreshed its line-up of gaming notebooks with NVIDIA's latest Pascal graphics cards. These notebooks are slimmer and more powerful than before, and also happen to be Alienware's first to be ready to take on the latest VR games and applications.
Corsair has announced the Carbide Air 740, a towering ATX chassis with space for up to four graphics cards and more fans and liquid cooling radiators than you will ever need.
AMD has officially launched its 7th generation A-series “Bristol Ridge APUs, and both mainstream and gaming desktop PCs, powered by these APUs, are available worldwide now. Read now for more details!
Move over, Snapdragon 820. The latest Snapdragon 821 flagship processor boasts an enhanced user experience, better performance and power consumption, and a whole slew of other benefits.
HP has announced the Pavilion Wave and Elite Slice, two new desktop systems that may very well be among the more creative offerings on the market today. The Pavilion Wave is a desktop PC that looks just like a speaker, while the Elite Slice is a compact modular PC that supports stackable modules that add features like wireless charging.
The folks at Creative showed us some of their new goodies that are coming to Comex 2016. Hop in to see what’s up and coming for them.
After 35 reported cases of Samsung's Galaxy Note7 battery exploding while charging, the Korean company has announced that Note7 users here will be able to borrow a replacement phone to tide them over in the interim period.